In style, this is a very unique film, no one can deny that, Its a play that is a movie and a movie that's a play. The great thing about it is how without being set outside in a real town or even a built film set, you don't really need it. Everything you need to see, you see in your head, the same way people argue happens when you read a book (I haven't read them in a long…
Thanks to my new MUBI subscription i 've been introduced to a bunch of movie gems I would have never watched or heard of if I wasn't subscribed.
One of these are Bagdad Cafe. The movie opened with a Terry Gilliam kind of look, with crazy cinematography like dutch angles and what not. I was sorta skeptical at first, but it fast turned to one of the most cute, intriguing and feel good movies I've watched all year.
Film #9 Of the April 2016 Scavenger Hunt
Task #21 A film with a budget under $1 million
I must start of by saying, fuck man, Eraserhead is some fucked up shit. It's not for everybody, but I really want everybody to watch this shit.
I am usually a strong opponent against dreams and dream sequences in films, and that's because I don't find them to be real dreams, and fucked up nightmarish shit mostly doesn't hold up to the…